DO It Yourself (DIY) Alphabetically
This is a comprehensive guide written by and for non-techie anarchists. A variety of issues related to computer anonymity and security are explored in detail, with extensive links for further reading and exploration. read more »
This zine contains three articles by Tod Augusta-Scott, a social worker who works with men who have battered, abused, or used sexual violence. He has a novel approach to leading the men to take responsibility for their own actions and be accountable. This approach is based in challenging gender essentialism, listening to the men, and helping them develop new stories for their lives. read more »
february 2010: the story of my personal/political journey...
to read on your computer, download "obama made me an anarchist"
A Do-It-Yourself guide on how to become a Riflemyn: A person capable of hitting 20" wide targets from 500 meters away with standard surplus rifles and open sights.
by Jen Angel
with illustrations by Kael Goodman and Julian Dangerfox
for all you wander luster's out there! from 2006..still usefull if ya know what your lookin for..and for you rail nazi's, quit bein a proverbial bitch..shareing is careing! may the wind be at your back and the sun on your face! bk...
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Why pay for food when it grows on trees?
Food not Bombs
Which would you give you your children?
(Image of apple) (image of grenade)
Food not Bombs.
Free food for communities that care for one another.
Tactics and Self-Defense for the Modern Protester
The words God, religions, faith, morals, woman, etc. (they being forms of belief), are used as expressing different "means" as controlling and expressing desire: an idea of unity by fear in some form or another which must spell bondage-the imagined limits; extended by science which adds a dearly paid inch to our height: no more. read more »
a workshop pamphlet of how to build a collective, and what to do with it once its built
by Moose and Inza
A guide to building a successful solidarity network along the lines of the Seattle Solidarity Network, written by two SeaSol organisers.
The expanded guide includes two additional sections: "Why You Should Start a Solidarity Network" and "Interview With SeaSol". Also, A4 format has been added.
The original is here: http://zinelibrary.info/build-your-own-solidarity-network
Go here for more How To's on building a Yurt!
This info maybe copyrighted!